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Old January 7, 2015   #4
barbamWY
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I noticed that Sandhill Preservation has both Earliana and North Dakota Earliana. North Dakota described as: early, Det, RL, flattened globe, large salad, heavy yields. A selection made by Dr. Yeager at NDSU many years ago. and Earliana described as: early, SD, oblate, 6 to 8 oz. fruits. This is one of the first tomatoes I tried growing in Idaho as a child. It never got ripe on the vine in Salmon, ID, but it ripens fine in most places.

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